Annie Gowen

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The world's largest democracy is still ruled in many ways by the ancient system that divides one caste from another.

Caste Protests in India Leave Millions without Water

The world's largest democracy is still ruled in many ways by the ancient system that divides one caste from another.

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At least ten tanks, two armored vehicles and two trucks flying the flag of pro-Russian rebels opened a new front in Ukraine, crossing the border from Russia into a previously peaceful…

Russian Tanks Cross Ukrainian Border on Eve of Presidential Meeting

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In Iraq, the most violent day of this year has killed at least 60 people and wounded hundreds more.

Violence in Iraq Surges with Multiple Coordinated Bombings

In Iraq, the most violent day of this year has killed at least 60 people and wounded hundreds more.

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